respiratory distressThese two case reports describe infants with cardiac and gastrointestinal malformations.
PhotoclinicA 6-month-old boy presented with a history of 4 days of fever and emesis and maximum-recorded temperature of 40°C.
What's Your Diagnosis?Differential diagnoses include blue nevus, Spitz nevus, dysplastic nevus, pityriasis lichenoides, dermatofibroma, neurofibroma, verruca vulgaris, molluscum contagiosum, mongolian spot, café au lait spot, seborrheic keratosis, histiocytoma, and a regressing melanoma.
PhotoclinicA 6-month-old boy presented to the emergency department with a history of 2 days of vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain.
ReviewRussell W. Steele, MD, and colleagues, review and simplify current vaccination guidelines for children with hematopoietic stem cell transplants or solid organ transplants, focusing on the role of the PCP or general pediatrician.
What's Your Diagnosis?An 8-year-old boy presented with an extremely pruritic rash, especially on his distal limbs.
PhotoclinicAt birth, the infant was noted to have a pit midline between the eyes on the nasal root.
tumorThe boy had initially presented after falling off his bunk bed and hitting his forehead on the steps of the bed.
breastfeedingThe practice of baby-led weaning as a means of introducing complementary foods has grown in popularity.
PhotoclinicA 4-year old boy was recently seen at an outside hospital and diagnosed as having a stress fracture of his left femur.
HemangiomaAt birth, an infant's physical examination results were unremarkable except for a reddish-purple hemangioma on the right scrotum.
Parent CoachScarring in childhood can lead to not only significant cosmetic concerns but also functional morbidity.
pityriasis lichenoidesAn 11 year-old boy presented to clinic for a sick visit with complaints of white spots on his chest, abdomen, and back.